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How to use Caro in a sentence
Caro spent the Nieman year immersed in study—reading, taking classes, attending lectures—about government and urban planning.
Caro wanted a clean start, a new editor, and enough money to survive on while he finished writing The Power Broker.
Caro by this point had completed most of the research and written more than half the book.
“When Robert Moses began building playgrounds in New York City, there were 119,” Caro writes in The Power Broker.
Kluger says Simon & Schuster gave Caro an additional advance of $1,500.
Then Caro became abstracted, wondering why George Tanqueray was coming, and to this particular show.
His appreciation of her, Caro informed one or two eminent critics, had considerably forestalled their own.
But the weight of Caro's utterances increased, as they circulated, formidably, among the right people.
There were, Caro said, regions of ether too subtle to sustain even so imponderable a poet as Mr. Prothero.
Tell me, Caro mio, why do not the public join me in applauding?Castellinaria|Henry Festing Jones